Maybe he’s an artist? An engineer? For some reason, I like it. I know there’s no “high fashion” in play here, and I think that’s the point. It’s a man, dressed down for his own reasons, and yet I discern purpose, and I’d bet a dollar to a donut that when he is supposed to get presentable he does it very well, indeed. I get the point here, Sart. Thanks.
I do not like this unless the man actually works with paint. I don’t like the faux working class pretension adopted by so many people I see in NYC, DC, and elsewhere. Be what you really are and make no apologies.
Commented on his handkerchief once (yes – the bright green Barker Black Original)
“it’s yours” popped in my pocket. Genius and generous, gifted Creative Director.
True blue Gentleman. Looking fantastic.
I love it! Everything about it. One of the best parts in my opinion is how loose and comfy the khakis look, not some tight genitalia suffocating pants. Some people forget that originally khakis were entirely utilitarian pants which were adopted post WWII by former serviceman cuz they were of such good quality, and apparently very comfy. They were used while fixes cars, mowing lawns, doing errands, etc. I’m also guessing somewhat a badge of honor as well. Don’t mean to get to wordy, I’m just very much into the history and initial origin of garments. Personally I find it so much more intriguing. Overall I wish khakis were viewed more as how denim is, and it would be lovely if it were produced in the States for not exorbitant amounts of money lol.